The Calgary Flames arrived in town way back in 1980. Given that we’re headed into the 2019-20 season, the club has plans to celebrate their 40th season. The team revealed their anniversary logo via press release on Monday morning.
In one of the earliest tournaments in awhile, Calgary Flames prospect Demetrios Koumontzis and his Arizona State University Sun Devils captured the Renaissance Cup (or Fu Xing Cup) in Beijing, China. They beat Kunlun Red Star to win the tournament.
Nazem Kadri appeared on the latest edition of the 31 Thoughts podcast this week and among the topics he discussed was whether or not he blocked a trade to the Calgary Flames… and why. Kadri was surprisingly forthcoming about the topic.
Coming off their annual development camp, the Calgary Flames have added to their organizational depth. The organization has signed blueliner Zac Leslie and forwards Jeremy McKenna and Alex Gallant to American Hockey League contracts.
A pair of Calgary Flames prospects will be in action when USA Hockey hosts their annual Summer Showcase event in Plymouth, Michigan at the end of July. Forward Demetrios Koumontzis will join goaltender Dustin Wolf for the week-long camp.
The NHLPA has announced the salary arbitration dates for the 40 players that elected to go to arbitration. Four Calgary Flames players, notably Sam Bennett and David Rittich, have arbitration hearings scheduled.
The Calgary Flames announced on Thursday morning that three players – Matthew Tkachuk, Mark Jankowski and Dillon Dube – will be marching in the annual Calgary Stampede Parade on Friday morning.
While the Calgary Flames had a quiet July 1, the Toronto Maple Leafs made several signings and a big trade that sent Nazem Kadri to the Colorado Avalanche. Prior to that deal coming together, TSN’s Bob McKenzie reported that the Flames and Leafs were close on a deal for Kadri that included TJ Brodie.
With the 2019 NHL Draft going down tonight in Vancouver, Ryan Pike joined Yahoo! Sports to discuss what to expect from the Calgary Flames over the weekend leading into free agency.
The Calgary Flames love Swedish hockey players. Per a report from the Swedish outlet Sportbladet, they’ll have another coming to development camp: blueliner Johannes Kinnvall.
The fans have spoken, and they have said “no” to the Calgary Flames.
Ladies and gentlemen, we now know when the next official outings for the Calgary Flames will be. The club announced on Tuesday their schedule for the upcoming pre-season, as well as a pair of rookie camp games.